I've been wrong more often than I've been right. I should be used to it by now.
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Lunare: It's up to him, if he does it any more, and I don't know if he will. Things seem teetering on the edge pretty often. Though he quits repeatedly, and there's no way of knowing, I may have sunk the prospect of future games with fiery. He seems very frustrated. Never can tell whether it's the last time, and I hope it isn't. I have to accept that I may have broken things with some finality. It may be permanent this time. I'm sorry for that. Maybe not tonight yet, I hope you can forgive me for my part in it, eventually.
Lunare: If a game is to involve only two players, and the rest of the room is to just be spectators, that much is fine. Something to watch isn't so bad.
If that very game is not even shown to the room, that isn't so fine. A spectator game with nothing to see isn't a fun time.
If a player has to step away, and we have no idea what's going on, and a volunteer to take their place is requested, then is some consternation, that we haven't been allowed to have any glimpse of what we'd be stepping into, really a surprise?
A game for a chat room really needs to show something to the chat room.
Lunare to Braden: Regarding invitation only rooms, it seems there may be no way to directly disinvite someone, if they've become undesirable. Ejecting works for a moment, but the invitation still stands, after the ejection period elapses.
I would like there to be a direct way for a room owner to simply disinvite users from their invite only rooms.
Lunare to gilbertrivard1313: Last night I was upset at others, though I think I should be disappointed at myself more.
If I weren't so tedious and didn't slow things down as much, they'd probably have enjoyed it more, and not left to do something else before the game concluded.
The habits I have while scoring the game may be ruining it.
Lunare: Supposedly something so minor, unimportant. I should just get over them doing something differently than what they said they would do. Why isn't it minor enough that they could just keep their word instead? Switching back to doing it the way the claimed they would should be similarly minor. If it is so minor, why refuse to switch back?
Even if the substance of the game isn't changed much, it is a big deal to me, on principle, that they lied, even about a minor thing. If it wasn't a lie, but an honest mistake, surely they would return to their word when reminded of it. Refusing made it a lie.
Lunare: Earlier tonight, I felt I was being blatantly ignored by one asking trivia questions, so I got a bit huffy, and left the room. Other were telling me he just didn't notice, but I had pointed it out multiple times. I came to find out it wasn't just an honest mistake at all, he was blocking me. I expressed my dismay to the room owner, who seemed sympathetic.
So I finally about calmed down from earlier, maybe an hour later. I reentered the room, and was maliciously ejected by said room owner, and probably also demodded from the room for my trouble. And they wouldn't even reply to PMs asking about it. Not very friendly, if you ask me!
Lunare: Don't just assume I'll notice on my own. It could be nice to tell me about things you think I may be interested in. It can seem that I'm not wanted there, if no one tells me.
Lunare in reply to gilbertrivard1313: I often ask others to come to trivia things, but I wasn't asked, not even by ones who were in for longer and who started earlier. Not even ones who knew I was online, and waiting for something to happen. It feels like rejection to me.